The healthcare industry is taking a significant leap towards new interoperability innovations with the CMS Interoperability and Patient Access final rule (CMS-9115-F). It finally addresses many of the problems associated with siloed healthcare data. This paper looks at the global interoperability problem, the CMS rule in detail, who it applies to, and the timelines.
In this complimentary white paper from WSO2, learn why:
Siloed data prevents healthcare stakeholders from accessing important information and makes decision making complicated and time-consuming. Interoperability solves this challenge.
CMS-9115-F has paved the path towards interoperability and highlights the importance of promoting it in the healthcare industry.
Preparing and complying with the CMS rule is a time-sensitive challenge for healthcare payers. To meet the regulatory compliance requirements, they should analyze compliance readiness, alleviate data mapping risks, foresee data quality issues, and evaluate and select an appropriate and cost-effective technology vendor solution.
Building an API-driven, integrated healthcare platform with Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®), which transforms and exposes healthcare data in a secured manner, caters to modern healthcare interoperability needs. This improves the quality of the overall care services by providing seamless user experiences.
Selecting an industry-proven technology partner to quickly build a CMS-compliant healthcare platform is a decision that needs to be taken after understanding the interoperability landscape and the technology vendors in the market.
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